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PRINOPtS, NOT MEN
HM A TEAR LN ADVANd
ftirWiy, August S, 1922
SOME FEW COAL MINES
RML STRIKE CONTINUES
The situation as regards the coal
S. E. WAY DIED
1AY IN HIGH T01NT
TER LONG ILLNESS
FnlWi x severe illness nf over' Kedpath three day cnautauo wiu
.riira has cleared to a slight extent we. t a e Wuv tievt come to Asheboro the 12, 14, and 16.
since our last issue, but at tne urn Friday nigl. "uly 28; at the High " la time tne people oi in town up juueign, Augusi i. jumping ue ---- --
ol going to press, me ouuw io Hunt hospital Mrs. way had Dean in s"""" "" " j tf? A "T; , "T v, na,t vmr
er gloomy than otherwise aa to an1 declining health for the past three A meeting has been called for Tjp- if""! Governor Morrison turned loose P J81-
P . e . 1 I 1 1 4 I D . .- . ,a J I J. iL. iLn.... 4- BtfW Mo haotnAt.1 niillnwi m on w nf Vi 1 c A ffrPfl
'uly 28, at the High It is time the peopl
HARDING APING SOVIETS
IN HANDLING THE RAIL
HERE NEXT WEED STRIKE SAYS MORRISON
Mr. and Mrs. M E. Mum went
to Red Springs and Council last week
and brought Rev. S. L. Morgan and
family to their new home here.
Miss Gladys Leonard returned home
Sunday after a week's visit to her
ANNUAL MEETING OF
THE STATE PRESS AS
SOCIATION LAST WEEK
The annual meeting of the State
Salem Journal.) friend, Miss Alva Lawrence, at Apex- Pregg Association of North Carolina
11 Ralaio-h Anm.it 1 lummmr like a mm Lawrence ana miss Leonaru took place at Shelby last week. The
T"L- O n C A UuJk Himnir rhfi ' ... . i
fteer at newspaper criticism of
hiB were students at Meredith during the attendance was large and the meet
ings enthusiastic Hotel accommoda-
r2S , nu. .friW IZ?T:"-jT.j v - .v.ninr at the rnnrthnnu at ffcOO his heaviest artillerv in gunnort of his A (Treat many of our former resi-.tions were inadequate, but suitable
S bitr bitn oprS and am: for XioT to thsT 7do. All ih rSSS5T P views and consequent actions in the dents who are now. living at White provision was made for all.
ployees are Standing pat At Presi-l Mrs. Way was born near Seagrove, as all who are interested in the C
dent Harding's invitation a few mines October 20, 1879,. where she lived on- tauqua are requested to attend
have resumed operations unaer guar- til her marriage to S. E. Way, March meeting, a nauiauqua is a
or, tee nf federal nrotection. On the o 1807 she was a faithful member thing for a town, bringing in a
other hand", miners in Oklahoma who 0f the Pleasant Hill M. P. church, and class talent and dean wholesome
el and rail strikes m an address at uaK ana nevoiuuon are bpenuniK Numerous notable addresses were
sfthe opening session of the Farmers their vacation in town. delivered on timely subjects relating
JB (arm women s convention today. Mrs. C H. Craven, of Coleridge, is to tne weiiare and prosperity of the
tTDesignating the federal government visitine her daughter, Mrs. C. E. state and the south, one of them by
as an agency chiefly responsible for Baldwin, on Liberty Street. Mr. Bald-. Gov. Morrison, which was roundly ap-
" M. 1 1 11 1 A ' 1 I . 1 - . . , 1 1 M. iL. 1 .1 I 1 r . - 1 I . . I .
were working under special agreement J was held in high esteem by all those tertainment that tends toward the P. foreign relations but so inefficient in win is having a new home built on the plauded. Gov. Morrison declared that
j Canada a negro criminal, the exeeu- jiss Vera Stead has returned home , lessness is the strict enforcement of
ve aeciarea rresiaeni xiaraing ana after visiting her brother, E. B. , laws Dy state ratner man Dy na-
iveiiuuutaii uiumuiuuu muc aci Steed, in High Point. I uuiiai auuiuriue. i lie (rovernor s re-
m in dealing with tne coal sit- .. A . ., . . . r . t , relating to the coal strike situation
'- ' 9frm. C"wHi..Hi,rh-!'iWas discussed at length, and a tele-
d some newspapers have done , rs T r
wise, heavowed,- particularly the ,
boro Daily ews wnicn he men- VZS , " w
h .e ot,h whieii he eon- from a visit to her sister, Mrs. M. C.
ibuted some verv uncomplimentary Auman, at High Point.
I " ' . " , J ' ."1 . 1 M ' M ' , . 1 I O II, II. ., . ... W.U. I
hkscb, cuiung us """6"; . w ri tone, ana waae n. Harris,
eai tonai writers who ueiura vuc ure obuuiuiis iu get buiuc x mo wuu- charlotte Observer,
to supply coal for schools, hospitals, whith whom she came ip contact. She building of a community.
and other pubhc buildings went on was ever faithful and loving mother ' m' "' . "T,.
4 Mo.h hetixeen miner and'aniH anil he misseH hv her mnv SILER CITY DEFEATS ASHE-
state offirfius la WeK yitriab result-'friends and relatives in Asheboro and! Wo in GOOD -GAME BALL
ed in several deaths. Secretary Hoov- in her home community. Though her - , ' , L .
' ll-J 1 u..tl Mm lioo mAlt V.. -.not oil nrhn Irani Vier I . On .Till V 2A in 0A Of the DASt
VI CallCU LUJJVirei icic-""'vd . -. 1100 nm gicav w iii.t. 111,1 v " -p
il il Hiott. rlismiKS tntrether ' we renlire heaven in the train. of the Season the Slier City
the advisability of rationing out coal.l The fuiilaervices were conducted team defeated tfw local club by
m. ...( 1-" 1 L.J , molt O..J. of olonon ni.lni.lr PI HOC- SCOTO Oi 4 tO 3. LiOVett W110 OH
Xne conclusion icntiicu t "U"""J - io'vn unw. 7 . .. , . , , , . .
ten days or a couple of weeks. A ant Hill M. P. church where interment twirljng for the locals deserved to wfn..
ioint warn conference was called to! was made. Rev. Mr. Hulin and Rev. ri snier city ciuo nas a nice aw
mot at Clevehmi, Ohio, nedt Mon- B. B. Bulla conducted the funeral ser- W PiayOT ana are arways ngi
7JT CT JZZZL nMHn. a. until the tact. The local club is
& mwment derigned to terminatel Besides a husband Mrs. Way leaves to arrange anotiier mgm
!ff eJS?TJliL. TrT-...'tha fnllnwintr children to mourn their Sfler City for Saturday, August 5,
SmatWSaiSlm: BertaT Worth, Glenn, Bynun, Asheboro. , -v .-
... . ' - 'J At L. 'ni. TAolaa ' . - - DUX &CUIC ttliU aUIHIIlttl J .
WorKers, also summonea uie ow. fi' . -t , . . .'fl, " fHtv i ar r h po A
era! policy committee of the union, to The flowcrsiwWh .ered ter last Siler Otar g P
MrDEXS 4 6 10
01 acting prompuy upon mo ucroiuy-i - - " . RaaitAii 2h 3
ments as they may occur in the joint held by all who knew her. fSclm' c. 5
wage crancft.i It U !KAann rritnion Curtis, ib. "b
uuw. au men wni remain on siriao m m Wn iiiriTOT 11 Wrieht, rf. .( 4 0
until an agreament or definite under- - TO BE HELD AUGUST Z Eg gh 4 0
will be a reunion of the Stout, If . .. .4 0
Simpson, p. a v
standincr is reached.
Several of the railroads desire to
enter on separate settlements with
There will be a reunion
Keerans anH Wnnd families nn Satnr-
striking shopmen. To this, Mr. Jewell, . . T. , Tntnis 36
tuo heori the shnnmena' rmft nh-itlves of the two families are invited lotais ou
the head of the shopmens craft, 0D-1 51 SSSui-i hBVeta Asheboro AB
Burkhead. 2b. . . . . .4
Lovett, p .2
xMcPherson . . . . .1
gram from Samuel Gompers approv
ing the governor's policy was read.
Other speakers were J. P. Cook, vfaa
talked on the Stonewall Jackson Train
ing School; David Clark, of Char-
0 i f orcemei
the head ot the shopmens crait, 0D-!""r . . ... , , , Asheboro
ieeta. We insists that whatever is. P186"1 mth well-fiUed baskets Asneooro
jects. He msistt uax SfQgmJSm 9 a. m. and enjoy the day to- Johnson, V., 3b
.done must be for all the stirikers-J "th:."- . ' Johnson, VA, c
1J ,l tliura elixirs anil ihev roil, gciner. , J
xicic mm nicic viEin.o r,i . , : ,., u-ij t 1,0 i;raniora. ci.
xne annum icumun wo ncm w mi ,
9 27 16,
H PO A
way workers have gone out on strike
during the week. More passenger;
trains have been taken off, and the
courthouse in Asheboro last year and X00',88
there was, a, large crow present Sr' 1Jj
The ( ouner is intieDted to Mrn n. "uuw,i
roadsare havingtroubfe in Hteh Pt for an in-" Dickens,
f micrht TMtw nave heen niliMmnn .. ' V1 . . I) , 1 "
ireignt. xnere nave oeen numerous, Vaffnn t attend the reunion.
ronAi4o -f ri nlnnrm Inrliictvnr tlivrtii riri I
out the country is facing a crisis.
There is already an appreciable check
in the operation of many factories
and other industries depending upon
fuel for operation and prompt trans
po nation lor their output.
ing of 148 railroad, executives
had shown him the courtesy to
ik at least respectfully. Herec-, Mr Burton' Leonard has been visit-
xed and appreciated their dioer- ing at Wftke Forest
views, he said, but the inability Mr E fi Leonard and family made
i paper to accompany its expres- a trip to Raieigh( Avex and Wake
with otner man ironical vicious: Foregt Sunday.
was beyond him. . Mr. and Mrs. T. E. West, Misses
Back to Constitution. Julia and Tda Want.. Mr Will J West
ick to the Constitution was T)r n. Mve t,. r r.. u.4 .:i tin. Winston-Salem: A. W Burch.
I his auDeal to the eight hundred "i Itfv W P rVoiran uMiir f . Charlotte : J. J. Farriss. Hich Point-
or so farmers and farm women as he m gunday. H. B. Varner, Lexington.
oenanea nis Bianu was wim uw wu- Miss t uc; e Walker, of Graham.
o vi Bi
0 0 ao.oj
irv misrenresented me every day tiful supvly of peaches which they . a , ,
who now content themselves with have in the peach raising section this L. ?SSSi "f.,w .J;iSra.,
. . v n ouuumnu nciaiu, builcu oy mm.
representmgme wry week. year. T j La8siter. It was riven for the
was greatly aispieasea wun au Mrs. w. L. Trotter, of Greensboro J hest ..,11 .i.-
rial in that paper this morning and Mrs. . Sam J. Smitherman, of I . T" ,' , .. '..
riting his stand ,on law en- Troy! visited Mrs. W. H. Watkins, Sr.,1 . " "2f w.cJen r?r 1" e f10;
t as beautiful like a $zu one dav last week. !.""" ""s. w oe uxeu
onfederate note but as. worthless as V M w w nratirins Tr 1
lhe officers of the association
elected for the year are: .
President, J. B. Sherrill, Concol
re-elected; vice-presidents. R. F.
ley, Goldsboro; L. B. Weathers, S
by; Charles A. Webb, Asheville;
retary, Miss Beatrice Cobb, Mor
ton, re-elected; treasurer, R. E.
Rutherfordton; orator, J. F. HurleyJ
Salisbury; historian, M. L. Shipman,!
Raleigh; poet, J. D. Boone, Waynes-
ville; executive committeemen, R. T.
Wade, Morehead City; Santford Mar-
alal'SVJi. , "v . j 1 . 1 i'ii. Aim 1.110. , , . i. nuiio, vi,
this late snecies. and it formed the i nn. j o 1 1 . o
1: . . , . - , , Mlfi " ..in. w ii"J auu vauuui look ouu-
01 nis yigoryuo auu uiuotumhj day.
tat on ine uiuiy. Messrs. james Rivenbark, of Ral-
le took no exception to disagree- eigj and Cary Rivenbark, of Wake
St with his policy among editors F net were visitors in town for the
The district convention of the Meth- Totals 33 3 9 27 22 2
odist Protestant church was held in x Batted for Dickens in ninth'?m
Asheboro last Friday and Saturday, oino-ied. ' -. 3m
The meet-July 28 and 29. . 1 Three base hits, Cranford; two base
ititutton and with the law, asrang u visited Miss Grizelle Moore last week
these were as worthless as ?Z0 Con- wMIe here wag the recipient 0f
federate notes. several social affairs. f-
"1 stand on the very same pnnci-
"MANLESS WEDDING" GIVEN
AT COURTHOUSE TUESDAY
stand on the very same pnnci- Miss Grizene Moore was hostess to j ine Manless Wedding" which came
I put in my platform when I ran . fw nf f-imjs; ThmBnBiaht s-a seaual to the "Womanless Wed-
govemor," he declared, going on t at a rook party in honor of her, ding" which was given about two
r.-! . . . . 1 . r . - - , 111. . . . : , , . ; . lugn. v a i num. ji i in jwuvi wi iici o -- o- -
on ieieiraves came from several cnurui- hits. Kuckner. wood sacrince m, with the declaration tnat, cms caueu f m:oc t -;io w.,iu ti,.o o weeks aim. was a snnrre nf muoh fun
" - j I . 1 T , . . , , , 1 V 1 11 , 1 ' - r pr- - - , (uvou, iuiaa uuwic it amci. luvog 1.11 t o-i - -- - -
Tuesday resulted in. absolute rejection nd every one was benefitted by Braxton W. Johnson; stolen fAaet, f law enforcement and putting the joying Miss Moore's hospitality were.to a well filled house Tuesday evening
This mock wed-
!ul lectures given small, Curtis
mWrt balls .off
of the policy of conciliating striking hearing the
eninlovees hv restm-ino- uninritv throusrhout tl
1 1 " - - -.-T-J ' ,.?"" - J I W -1. " J - .
rie-hts. Thev take the nnsltlnn that Friday mornitur after the Scripture rf.t o
many employees, vmfon ithd nbn-union, 'reading by Rev. Gerringer, Mr. N. M. Lovett 8; double play, Cooper to
refusing to enter the strike, have been narnson, oi ureensooro, spoke on Braxton to Curtis; umpires nusu nu
given certain assurances that must be i "The Need of Training th Young McBain; time of game 1:46.
violated if such a policy is carried People." In his talk he brought out Score by innings;
out. I the point that we are now laying the and
foundation, which will determine our siler City 200 000 0550 4 a .1
lives later. In this- he warned the Asheboro 200 001 000 3 9 2
young people of the -importance of a : r
good beginning in youth. He also in-1 Fire At Denton.
amfLlut S5S Sftjtt! e Hotel Cameron of Denton, and
older people, but assume some of the f ie"de?c"7e T Sat
responsibility themselves. la Wednesday The 1 Km was dU
Rev. Harrsion's address was follow- covered ? ?ut.il
d hv Miss J.,.na u . .v. o'cloclt. ine notei ana its tmure -y
FREIGHT CARS DAMAGE CHAIR
COMPANY AT TH0MASVILLE
While shifting at Thomasville near
the Jewel Cotton Mills Monday, ten
freight cars loaded mostly with lum
ber, broke loose due to a defective
drawhead, and crashed into Plant No
3 of the Standard Chair Company.
Three man were painfully hurt and it
was considered moat fortunate that
" " wnuiiica nammer wno T 7 ... wJ f few
spoke on "Suggestion, for the Organi- w JT'' An T-
HS? X tnmohile belonstee to Dr.B. B. Sham-
t v,. n. u i.. tomobi e heloninne to ur. d. d
" wiiuiiuciou mw luiiunate uiat w bk gave ideas as ... TJUv j.n ,DQ oiBn
moat of the 25 men who work in the to organising and the work to be done hurger, public health dentist, was also
wing which was struck ware in an-by each division of the different socie- destroyed. Dr. snamDurger ana ouier
other section of the factory prepar- ties. yiests lost most of thr baggage.
jLWrv&& 3? srLi!99- -ryooe wa. de- Jt&li
18A-"": T , TSarfti? ne" "e tw addresses giv- amlth. win Turne, of Lexing-
ition as to whether the usurpation tago-. Hazel Snoon. Gladys Leonard, at the courthouse
pwer oy tne presiaent ojcamat g Moon, Btaache Moare, Robert . aing was given, as was the other, Dy
'jmmfmhZimMK,::... ... Woolav. Dewev Whitehead. Rov Mof-.a team of the Woman's Club. This
"If the laws are inadequate; amend fttt, Arnold McMath, Herbert mith, !weddm-dtftered from the other is
them, change them, supplement them, jton Craven. j tw principal features. "First, the
but no executive has any right to' qu Saturday night Miss Moore was . were ho "men, whereas the other was
isurp power and make laws, but only agam hostess to her friends in honor 'entirely carried out by men. Sectrnfl,
to enforce those ' properly made with of Migg talker. When the guests ar-, the main fun of the evening was iur
Godlike fearlessness and courage. "rived they were met at the door by'nished by the various characters rep-
"Some editors say my doctrine does Hazei Spoon and Miss Grizelle resenting almost altogether local per
very well for cotton mills but they vre and were ushered to the side sons, showing their manners, and pe
don't see how it will do for railway porch wch Was beautifully decorat-' culiarities. Many of the staid mat
ar.d coal mining. My editor friends . There the sruests were served rons of the town were hardlv recoir-
forgot it isn't a qhestidn of industry puh hy the hostess' father and nizable in their male attire, while sev
alone, but that men wrapped in the m0ther, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Moore. '. eral appeared as small boys in bloom-
majesty and dignity or , vv' . During the evening progressive hearts ers. A very good sum was realis
have constitutional guarantees of their were piayed. Miss Lois Moore and from the door receipts, which will gP ,
liberty. , , Mr. Clyde- Chisholm were the success-' as did the other, toward the fund tl '
.. .. .J1 1 I U 1..4-l,r .n . . . .... I..H-
r-resiaent narainfr nnu auauiuic, . ful parties in the contest and were the hut. ,,, . ...
mated at $25,000. One and of the en by Miss Esther Ross and Miss
Dunaing was torn completely away Jaunita Hammer. Miss Ross told of
ton. It will probably be rebuilt. The
origin of the fire has-not been deter-
SUNDAY SCHOOL NOTES
and the remainder of the building! the work that was being accomplished
would have fallen had it not been for hv th hAant nt hn. mined
' ' -- t- - " " I """" wa, UVIIfV UUMMUIIP.
the large supply of stock on the Miss Hammer spoke on "Th Im- mimiTv anuut-n ornnni nfws
ground floor which acted as a founds-jportance of Having the Sunday School C0UNTY SUMMER SCHOOL NEWS
uraaea ana using the Graded Les
LaW I7t .i i j
I in. limn wwa . t
- school shows a continued large at-
their shipSfcnta until the building iajboro, spoke onforeign rissions, ging
replaced. The railway company will
send a claim agent at once to begin
work on the replacement of the build
ing. Those injured were: Gros BUD, age
21, who is perhaps the least hurt;
Jim Hilton, VL and a man with a
family, who U suffering with internal
injuries; Mack Papa, 35, and also a
man with a family, Is the more se
riously injured, , sustaining a broken
ankle and internal injuries.
DEFEAT GREENSBORO COPS
a history of the work in the
church since the beginning.
The meeting was the first of the
kind held in the district and was in
teresting and beneficial.
The session open at 8 o'clock and
close at 12:45 with chapel exercises
10:15-10:30. People of the town are
welcome to visit th school, to attend
chapel exercise and. to observe the
i The following spent Saturday and
Sunday with their home people, re
To (be Housewives af the County:
Now in the very midst of the can
ning season, the women of Randolph turning Monday mo rains'
are requested to remember that they -01a Snider, Trinity soute 1; Gladys
are expected to fill the pantry section Presnell, Lina Presnell, Maggie Trog
with canned goods. Peaches are in don, Myrtle Burrougs, Lore Rose,
their prime, and there are vegetables Cora -Rose, Seagrove; Hascl and Hal-
in abundance also. When vnu am ran. 11 Tivwrrian. Dantnn:Millia Bulla and
ning, prepare some for exhibit at the Dora Kearns. Asheboro route 2; Allie
, x . JTT , rwr- i Brown, Asheboro rouU'l; Madga P.
The fast Asheboro team threw a MRS. N. McLAURIN CRANFORD. Brown, Ethel Hlnshaw and Ornice
monkey wrench in the Greensboro .Chairman Pantry Products. Asheboro. Root ten. Ramseur: Edna Beeson. Lu-
1, . ' - T 31 ' ' J K n
c. eille Hanner and Cora rerguxnn, Kan-
" dleman; Lillian Canoy. Sophia rout 1 ;
Fine Peaches. M. H. Adams, Rachel; Blanche Bing-
Mt. J. a Forrester and son-in-law, ham, Elsie Casjatt and Mabel Mor
M. 0. Auman, assistant superintend- Frmer; Mada Parks, Pisfah;
ent of the M. P. Children's Home at Mamie Lacker, Mechanic: Clara
High Point stopped over In Asheboro Msrih snd Beatrice Hunt. Prorreai;
on cnair return Imm Canrinr HonHtv J n. i.uvnar, new ni a""'Jp
law upon which to base his actions in presented with a nice prise which
the coal and rail strikes, the governor they gracefully presented to the guest
declared. He is usurping powers be- of honor, Miss Walker. Those pres-
longing to the lawmakers. nt ent mtn. Misses Julia West, Gladys Four townships in the county hett
dealing with free men. - Leonard, Margaret White, Lois and 1 their annual township Sunday scho
"Suppose the operators i anu mine Blanche Moore, Hazel Spoon, Jessie J conventions last Sunday, July 3
toll him to go to hell this afternoon, whitehead; Bob Woeley, Dewey , These were Coleriflge, Uberty, Pleas.
what can he doT He has no law to Wnitehead, Roy Moffitt, Newby Phil-; ant Grove and Randleman. The 9
back him up. ' lips, Arnold McMath, Clyde Chisholm, i tendance and interest at all of these.
"Vnu can rem ate coal and freight -pv r.mnheii n.,hrt am;ih ah,. i ... i-j:j i i tii.TTTi
rates and meal and flour and corn Craven ant Grove. At this place there seem-
but when you strike at labor you strike A q the youn(, ,e enj . haye
at human Uberty. nut, wo can joyed a picnie to Mt Vernon Springs whether the session would be in the
that you must regulate y J" on Monday evening. The picnic was morning or afternoon, consecruentlr
an orderly way, to so expand your ,n honor of Mig8 Walkeri of the attendance was small and oart of
liberty aa not to endanger the public Gramun the t of Misg Grizelle the speakers were not there in time
peace and with regard, to safety and Moore . for the M.gon We predjct a bvtUr
public comfort. ...., Misses Margaret White entertained understanding next time. A splendid
"Has the law and tne consuiuuw. k rt Monla. after-
. j l i ,,r(Vi no more , ' ' . ... ... ..- , , -"
piayeu ouv aim ' , v ,,. noon in nonor oi miss walker. The
than a 120 Confederate noie ; honor guest was
what Lenine and Trotiy said, and v pretty rift.
that's what raised hell all over Am- Mj8g Haxei Sp
erica. , party of the young people on Tues-
presented with a
I wwnsnip convention win d held
. A.,;..K 1 1. D.,L - . J
'Mlsa W.. CiFwin wo. uot.0 , 0uiu. a inurninK
cops basa ball machine on July 28 in
a game of ball here defeating them in
a score of 14 to 6. Robbies featured
at the bat for the locals securing
five safeties out of five trips, includ
tag a home run and half circuit
amaah Wnnd followed with three
i j w . I i ttll
aivuas. Viarr ana juoman lea uie
OmSZJ rf thJ exhibit aomTflB. Limls WUrns Millboro route 1;
V"lA? Wa?. w,"t,0Ml Ieachac. (town on Sunny Slope Farm, Berth. Parks, Strieby; Georgia Say-
.- , - owned DT Mr. W. C. Can . Ha haa mni UD"' ' "
I - T . t
any acres Of nearh now heaWna I
M H f .. . sr.- " w
Greensboro 800 100 002 6
Asheboro Oil 102 72x 14 15
Baatoriea: Taylor, Truelove and
Clark; Johnson and Cranford.
. m fifty a
"CI Mr. Forrester had a peach tree twig MARRIED
' ,L 1 . 1 t , A
, with eleven peachea in a rlwnr
,H eight inches In length. H
AT THE ASHE
BORO M P, PARSONAGI
Ha alao had
another daatar of is poaches to three In the aftornoea of July 20 a happy
short twin the small limb heinr eat comet. Mr. J. P. Hulin and Miss Era
a,, nn a... hut below where the three twin Smith, hath af laaarrnrs. came to the
mm JJ.CSffSUStvn .wixM grew out from the main twlsv the va- Aahabore M. "TT farswnan and were
",rietr b nbettae. united In marriage hy the pastor
... . .... . ml Mr, Caasa haa shinned within th. AeeomDanyiaai tho Osuall ware Mrs
snier wy, juiy S. ina NW v7 i... . j" . n " M n. bI.v ..i v..
i i.i I mm i ic uam i in. ... r.. nwsu. i.hi, 0m1.ii 1 .vawv
an jissssaow. M , , - w uil i. . . t u
mt. viwt uh mar non mmrmm mt ippvaiv. mmt. noun mm m - -
trees. He alee haa 7ft J. I.. Hulin, pastor or wny Na
On next Sunday, August 6, Brouer
an afternoon session will he held lie-
VSTi kJ, tn the Greensboro Daily 51 ' iIL" Z L-""? "ginning at 10:30 a. m. Mr. J. W.
NewTor Morris declared ft 1? of Graham. ' Many 'W 7"" A"
has misrepresented him every weA, were enjoyed throughout the evening 'L0", aevTaUt!ra- C1m'
writing editorials based on false re- nd . Walker" contest proved very "aMe wit '
port. EJ o-t from the Raleigh Bu- 4 te ti 4 ice coursT, wliS'you'Vfs IbtAfS
reau. , vumaiuupco, aim cream were served. i , . . ... ,.
'This is the paper that surrea up MaiKie ljee s On T. . - , T"' , cl!
heU in Noath Carolina aa,." Scott, Ine McMath, Ruth Ytrk, and " JZZ "rZ
browbeat the governor oi uu. Blanche York have returned frtm the Zi "' VZ "r- "?u
and save Harris, the murderer, but un- .ammer achools. I Uf the regular lesson to the
Mccessfully, thank liod." t ' Mr. C. H. Voliva, of High Point, i
"You cannot Bx by law tne pnn spent Sunday here with his family " u not detiniUly known by tho
hleh anv man can work- The mln- mi.- Vallie Elll rerentlv Mnt i writer when Columbia and Trintta
uto yon can do this the country ceases weeks with friends at High Point. i 111 hold their conventions, but we are
to hfl a country founded on the pre- Dr m p r rv .nA sure they will come off before the date
clous principles for which our ances- family visited friends at Boole Sun-,'or h county convention which is
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lorn "au auu i7ct.mii"-" I "
U- I Miaa Voro fltmmA I. ..;!,! .4 u:..l. . Tl, .: l.. . ..
Th labor board oUrtod the ran Tolnt. . .county association will meet next Sat-
strike by its attempt to fix wages, he Aliss Gladys Leonard, after visiting uxrfay at the Presbyterian churehla
went on, certainly It anouia now enu friends at Apex, returned home Sun- Asheboro at 2 o'clock p. rn. All the
the strike. uj. township prestdanU are exnsctad ta
Tho way to go about reacning ine Mrs. O. T. Leonard and family, of.be there. Important business that
situation, aa Governor Morrison saw Greensboro, visited friends in town needs attention before tit county eeO
It, was to leave the enactment of laws this week. , vention is coming up. Please be
regulating imm niniii.ira w hm, . . . , , ,
an and to tho states. - Tho duties Winalnthaa. Reunion.
of th ntatldont er f governors is .
Siiupl abfW the laws that have
lKn. enacted; tsWC BBDOt
r l ily. July tf
raw aaain defeated
k . . . . . . , .
n nana roriav in an uniniaruuna
v. : rr . : -r .T muu
Ha. whVh TMallari la a acora or 10 ' "
Both 'Unas secured eleven bin
s each and aaado emral bobbta.
Boor by innings:
K . H F.
100 180 000 10
is the daughter
year Cham "re
Two anavt "tMrliWra" from aa Ala- af Mr. and Mrs.
nursery have bus bod- gnrr. Th arsa a agroom wnr
JM will 1 nfrsnd to mgfi I'otnt snd mmr return win
weeks vet. mid for the Urne Items ,th yonnr
There will be a reunion of the Win
overstep ninghams August 0, at the o!4 home
to attend th county
2 3 nk amfMoTbMPsk his puvc of th late James Newton Win STATE FARMERS MEETING
ftui thai hV waTSrrigh. and Sngham, on the Cedar Fulls roadJ , IN RALEIGH THIS WEB
rTl' vi- ' m . two miles from Asheboro. Several of "
si i llssa nf iMsssisiiiw B 1 if r ' critl- the Winnlnghsms are exnoetod u be! A large number of farmers through
than. and. in fact, everybody Is mvlt- out North Carolina ar iimilnit nt th
ed to come and bring dinner. There State Agricultural and EngJnerin
ek. Mr. U.
t ... vam vrruiii T has never aaaa a Munion oi the win-, cuw n ma ssaassii
U. Bmitn,wajsr vin a. " ""VJ -i... k- ..ik.M wiR Hr-.W. nMli.u., n ,k.
original families that live In Randolph ; Farmers' Convention, ia attendtng tb
Heretofore It has been Bm ty, but re ar some m the. convent A.rdreaee. are ba,ng
nell law r,n nr hat ore Winn ann weal, wno iiera net h'ik j w ui nam niiuan an
' . -. . . -.1 1 ! 11 D U.'..
ax air in oroar vo " """
hot this I no IBjmisar wivn mw lamiiy.